Do athletes have to take all of the courses offered at the Canadian Sport School?
Yes. The suite of courses offered through the Sport School provides athletes with the required graduation credits in BC. The program provides credits that recognize the activities athletes do on a day-to-day basis to excel in their sports.
Will going to the Canadian Sport School impede the ability of my child to go to university?
No, students will work with school counselors to ensure they are taking the required courses for entrance to the university of their choice.
Does the Sport School provide tutoring?
While the sport school curriculum is taught by a certified teacher who is available to provide some support to students, the program does not provide individual tutoring. Athletes may hire personal tutors to meet with them during the Independent Study Block.
How do I know if my child is eligible to attend the Canadian Sport School?
Find out more about Canadian Sport School’s eligibility criteria. Discretion may be given to athletes, especially those entering Grade 10, who have demonstrated a commitment to high performance sport and the potential to move through the athlete development pathway, as indicated by their coach, PSO or NSO. If you are uncertain, please contact the Sport School representative in your area for more information. They will be happy to assist you and determine your child’s eligibility status.